Tennis with Skills: Game, Set and Match?

Whilst being passionate about skills development in a global context, and 3 years on; I read a continuous stream of publications from ‘intelligent organisations’ and policy makers, about the lack of skills defined by employers, in the workplace. The global ‘skills crisis’. Buzzwords galore, the issues are relatively similar wherever you go in the world

I don’t fit in!

I don’t fit in! So naturally, I would ask what am I going to do about it? Sounds like a positive question, that should open up opportunities and help me grow. Right? Some reflection, as I look back through my career: Schooling – being a dedicated book worm and committed school girl, my aspirations of

Education Collaborations: AoC India and the Skills Agenda (India)

There has been increasing interest in the skills development arena for India globally. Not least from awarding bodies, skills agencies from the UK, but now also colleges from England, UK – as a consortia supporting the development in accordance with Skills Policy of India for 2022. The recent development is the signed MOU partnering AoC

Education Reforms in India – November 2012 Update

Having read The Times of India article on education reforms, I thought it useful to share some reflection on the Higher Education statistics, shared by the Minister of State for Human Resource Development for India. The infographic supplied with this blog, highlights some pertinent points for education reform in India. Also, quoted in the article

Employability – Benefits for All

Interview with Margaret Kelvey (Learning and Development Consultant (UK) from Kelvey Associates. Margaret is a highly knowledgable senior manager, with significant experience of working in employability and widening participation initiatives, across the UK. I believe there is significant learning and knowledge we can take from the knowledge and experience shared in this interview, that supports